Michael Noyes Vitae

MICHAEL M. NOYES was born in Minneapolis on December 14, 1959. He graduated from the University of Notre Dame and Santa Clara Law School. He financed his own education at both schools. He is a Certified Public Accountant.He has an interest in professional sports, and skis and plays golf. He likes novels and movies. He lives in metropolitan Denver with his wife, Debbie, and his 5 children (born from 1993 to 2000).Mr. Noyes has been practicing law since 1986, and has emphasized bankruptcy, debt workouts, tax, and real estate matters. His Bankruptcy practice concentrates on debtor and tax work, although all issues in bankruptcy interest him. He has completed approximately 2,500 bankruptcy cases. His Tax practice emphasizes issues of liability, where tax litigation may take place, or issues regarding collection, in cases where the client cannot pay all taxes assessed.

Mr. Noyes and his staff provide excellent service and always make the needs of the client the foremost concern. He is easy to work with and will do everything ethically and legally possible so that the client receives the maximum benefit from his services.//

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